Sippline: Season 1 of Shark Tank India may have ended, but the show continues to find new ways to be in the news. Sippline Founder Rohit Warrier is often seen sharing Siplline products on social media. Shark Tank has become fodder for social media conversations and memes, thanks to the colourful personalities of the show’s sharks’ and the entrepreneurial skills on exhibit.
One such entrepreneur, Rohit Warrier, who invented the Sippline glass shield and was roundly rejected on the show, is now busily mocking’sharks’ Ashneer Grover and Vineeta Singh. The two sharks were sceptical of the product’s viability and asked Warrier, “Dhoondh kaun raha hai hai?”
Sippline’s founder Rohit Warrier has now posted a video on social media mocking them by exposing Sippline’s online search numbers. According to the proprietor, the product, which Ashneer referred to as “waahiyat” in a rage on the show, is now being avidly searched for on social media.
Sippline Shark Tank
According to Rohit Warrier, 3 lakh people are searching for Sippline on Instagram, but the figure is much greater on YouTube, with 15 lakh searches. The video further states that the product is attracting interest from throughout the world.
At the age of 24, Rohit Warrier started his entrepreneurial career in 2010. With more than 12 years of experience, the majority of them were spent founding and managing businesses. Along with Warrier Sicura and Warrier Electronics, Rohit founded Sippline (WEFIRE). He holds a certificate in fire industrial and safety engineering and is an IHM graduate. Rohit likes to read, listen to music, go skydiving, and play golf in his free time.
When Rohit introduced the idea as a ‘glass ka mask’ on Shark Tank India, the founder and CEO of Lenskart, Peyush Bansal, labelled it a solution searching for a problem and rejected it.
Any new idea does not just come to a person out of thin air; rather, it begins in the mind as a result of running into a challenge in real life.
“Every time someone visits a hotel or mid-level restaurant, they subconciously take a tissue and wipe the glasses, especially the rims. I was doing it myself and was witnessing it with other folks. So as a man with hotel management experience, I started looking for a solution which will benefit me and other people,” shares Rohit Warrier Sippline Founder.
The Sippline product “Glass ka Mask” was developed in 2016, however, it was never released because it was seen to be too futuristic. The founder decided to debut it in 2020 amid the covid epidemic after waiting for the appropriate occasion.
Sippline Episode Shark Tank
“Yeh jo product hai naa, isse wahiyat product maine zindagi mein naa dekha hai, naa main dekhna chahta hun,” said former Bharat Pe founder Ashneer Grover in response to the product. Utha le, Mere ko Bhagwan! It’s a fantastic product, to be sure. “Iske baad main kuchh nahi dekhna chahta chahta chahta chahta chahta chahta chahta chahta While Aman Gupta, co-founder of BoAT, merely chuckled throughout the pitch, Vineeta questioned the product’s salability and searchability.
On Shark Tank India, Ashneer Grover told Rohit Warrier, the founder of Sippline,
“Bhai kya kar raha hai yaar tu? Mazak hai kya? Aap kya bohot zyada peete ho kya? Matlab ye idea apke dimaag mein aya bhi kaise ki glass ko mask pehnauga?”
Ashneer Grover, who always speaks straight forward, had questioned Rohit Warrier whether he was joking or if he drank a lot.
“Mere ismein bohot strong views hain… Ye jo product hai na matlab isse wahiyat product maine zindagi mein na dekha hai na mai dekhna chahta hu… mujhe bhagwan utha le… iske baad main kuch nahi dekhna chahta life mein.”
At this comment, Aman Gupta couldn’t control his laughter.
According to Rohit’s presentation on Shark Tank India Season 1, Sippline’s net worth is about Rs. 5 crores.